Multi-Cloud Architecture Explained – Use Cases, Risks and Best Practices

In the last decade, cloud computing has emerged as a major platform for computing deployments. Both AWS and Microsoft claim that large swaths of the Fortune 500 use their services, and both Google and Oracle have compelling cloud offerings as well. This has led many organizations, whether by design or by accident, to have workloads running in multiple clouds. Learn about Multicloud, its use-cases, risks and best practices for maintaining high availability.

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